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  • ISSN 0521-9744
  • E-ISSN 1569-9668
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Abstract

Abstract

The article focuses on this pioneering project, which is still in the early stages but already shows great potential.

In the present market situation in the UK when inexperienced, unqualified and frequently unvetted individuals are allowed to practice, it is crucial for interpreters to differentiate themselves as professionals, which entails Continuing Professional Development. Joint training offers a unique opportunity for police officers and interpreters to share experiences and have meaningful discussions on the daily challenges they face. It provides a number of learning points for police officers and enables best practice for interpreters.

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2020-03-19
2020-04-01
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References

  1. Norton, Irina
    2015 “On the beat”. ITI Bulletin November-December: 34.
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